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Second Edition 
Published by the 

Senior Class of JORDAN SELLARS HIGH SCHOOL 
Burlington, Notth Carolina 

Editor - Douglas Leath 

Advisors - Mrs. M. W. Browning 

Mrs. M. W. Maynard 

Mr. W. H. Stanfield 



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Nothing but pleasant memories can bring back the wonder- 
fill years which profoundly linger in our hearts. We. in a re- 
luctant way, hang our heads realizing our hour of departure is 
drawing near. Some of the memories of sorrow and happiness 
that our school has brought will remain with us the rest of our 
lives . 

In our efforts to preserve the moments we treasure, we 

present THE TIGER for 1962. We the seniors of 1961-62 hope 

you find our book as interesting as we have tried to make it. 

Douglas L. Leath 
Editor 




TERM PAPERS 



SOCIAL 
ACTIVITIES 



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To you, Dear Parents, for guiding us and sacrificing so willingly 
to prepare us for a better life, for the support given to us with deep 
understanding we would like to extend our highest appreciation by 
dedicating to you The Tiger of 1962. 






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Urbanizations 

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Congratulations and best wishes to each member of the 
Jordan Sellars High School Class of 1962. 

We salute also the parents and teachers of the members 
of this class. It is our sincere hope that each graduate will 
continue his education so that he may become a worthy and 
capable member of our adult society. 

Our present world needs and demands men and women of 
courage, character, and leadership . . Let your life so shine 
that you may be a blessing to all mankind. 

L. E. SPIKES, Superintendent 
Burlington City Schools 



Assistant Superintendent's Jltessaae 

Congratulations to each member of the staff of "The Tiger" 
for your work on the 1962 edition. 

As you seniors complete your high school work and move 
forward, let me wish for you every success and the fulfillment 
of your dreams. 

The world will not always be hospitable, but live upright 
lives and work hard and you will find your rightful places in 
our society. 

Your parents and teachers have played a most important 
role in your school careers. They have worked hard and made 
many sacrifices for each member of the class of 1962. 



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May you look to God for guidance in all that you under- 

HARVEY R. NEWUN, Assistant Superintendent 
Burlington City Schools 




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Amid the great pageantry and ceremony we usually find attached to graduation, room is 
still left for me to extend felicitations and best wishes to the class of 1962. As you leave the 
sacred walls of this institution and join hands with the large number of our illustrious alumni, 
you have my sincere wish and hope that each of you will at all times strive to uphold high standards . 

I further wish for each of you a life full of possibilities and abundant with success, dedicated 
to the service of all human kind. Your devotions to J.S.S.H. will be shown. by continuing your 
training so as to better prepare yourself for a life of noble living and greater service to all hu- 
manity. 



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MISS KATHLEEN BRADSHAW 
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WILLIAM B. HIGHT, JR. 

Director of Guidance 

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MISS EVA WISEMAN 

Supervisor of Music 

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Burlington City Schools 



S. A. FESTA 

Director of Audio-Visual, 

Science and Public Relations 

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MR. BENJAMIN S. FOUST MR. EDWARD NESBITT MR. JAMES E. WAGSTAFF 




MR. JAMES WILKINS MR. LORENZO WOODWARD 



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MRS. HELEN B. BANKS MRS. MERNELL G. LONDON 




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TIGER STAFF 



Left to Right: Brenda Browning, Copy Editor; Dwight Hunter, Business Manager; Curtis Haith, 
Art Editor; Schelia Williamson, Treasurer; Douglas Leath, Editor; Veronica Jordan, Photo Edi- 
tor; Veronica Dixon, Advertising Editor; Bernard Clinkscale, Subscription Manager. 



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(Left to Right): Douglas Leath, Vice President; Connie Curry, Treasurer; Charlie Wilson, Presi- 
dent; Veronica Jordan, Secretary; Bernard Clinkscale, Assistant Secretary. 



BETTY JEAN ALLEN 

"Bet" 
"Good things come to 
those who wait. " 
Glee Club 1,2,3 




MOST COURTEOUS 
Calva Lee, Connie Curry 



WILLIAM BOSWELL 

"Shorty" 
Glee Club 1,2,4; NCSIO 
3,4 








GLENDA FAYE BALDWIN 

"Glenn" 
"Be ready if you don't get 
to go." 

Commercial Club 3,4, 
President 4; Library Club 
3,4, President 4; News- 
paper Staff 4; N.H.A. 1 



ALICE FAYE BEDFORD 
"There is everything advan- 
tageous to life. " 
Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Dance Group 1,2 




PAULINE BIGELOW 

"Polly" 
"No one knows what he 
can do 'til he tries. " 
N.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Varsity 
Club 1,2,3,4; Business 
Education Club 4; Glee 
Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4 



ROSIE LEE BRADSHAW 

"Maybelle" 
"Let the speech be better 
than silence or be silent." 
Glee Club 1,2,3; Com- 
mercial Club 4 







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GAYLAND BROWN 

"Mr. Brown" 
"Less than your best is 
failure . " 

Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; 
Sports Newspaper 3,4; 
Commercial Club 4; Track 
2,3; Football 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
2; Glee Club 1,2,3 




BRENDA YVONNE 
BROWNING 
"Bren" 
"Things are not always 
what they seem . " 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Year- 
book Copy Editor 4; Cheer- 
ing Squad, Business Man- 
ager 4; Commercial Club 
4; Band 1,2,3,4; Crown 
and Scepter Club 3,4; 
Junior Marshal 3 



WILLIE CAMERON JR. 

"Wee Willie" 
"Today determines tomor- 
row . " 

J.V. Basketball 1; Glee 
Club 4; Student Service 
Society 2 



BERNARD MONTGOMERY 

CLINKSCALES 

"Blaze" 
"He conquers who conquers 
himself. " 

Student Council 1; Glee 
Club 1,2,3; Crown and 
Scepter 3,4; Senior Class 
Asst. Secretary 4; Year- 
book Subscription Man- 
ager, Student Service So- 
ciety 1 



CHARLIE JAMES CORBETT 

"Chipmunk" 
North Carolina Student 
Industrial Organization 3,4 




BEST ALL AROUND 
Veronica Jordan, Douglas Leath 




CONNIE LEWIS CURRY 

"Chunk" 
"I will aim at the moon 
and if I miss I will at least 
be among the stars. " 
Student Service Society; 
Crown and Scepter Club 4; 
Treasurer of Senior Class; 
President of Class 1,3 



PATSY RUTH CURRY 

"Budapast" 
"Much that well maybe 
thought cannot wisely be 
said . " 

Crown and Scepter 3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Attendant 
Miss Jordan Sellars 4 





MOST TALENTED 
Rena Gadison, John Vincent 



BRENDA DELACY DAY 

"Mae Daye" 
"Life is your college, may 
I graduate well. " 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 



KAY FRANCES DAYE 

"Cavot" 
"Be not zealous; modera- 
tion is best in all things. " 
Band 1,2,4; Commercial 
Club 3,4; Basketball 1; 
Varsity Club 1,2,3,4 



DAISY LAINE DIXON 

"Sweets" 
"It's better to be seen than 
heard , " 

Commercial Club 3,4; Li- 
brary Club 2,3,4; Student 
Service Society 1 



VERONICA LEE DIXON 

"Vicky" 
"We know what we are, 
we know not what we may 
be." 

Glee Club 1,2; Commer- 
cial Club 3,4; N.H.A. 
1,2; Advertising Editor for 
:he Yearbook 4 




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EDDIE LEE ENOCH 

"Feet" 
"Good things always come 
at the end . " 





ROBERT LEE ENOCH 
"Candy Yam Kid" 
"It is better to be envied 
than to be pitied. " 
Commercial Club 3,4; 
J.V. Basketball 1; North 
Carolina Student Industrial 
Organization 3,4 




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VERA ANN FLOWERS 

"Pudding" 
"One way to save face is 
to keep the lower half shut. 
Library Club 4; Student 
Service Society 1 




JERRY LUTHER FOUST 

"Jer" 
"Success comes to those 
who try . " 



RENA ELOISE GADISON 

"Loise" 
"Awake and succeed now, 
for tomorrow might be too 
late." 

Band 1,2,3,4; Cheering 
Squad 3,4 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
3renda Browning Douglas Leath 




HILDA GANT 

"Sweetmeant" 
N.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Com- 
mercial Club 4; Student 
Service Society 2; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3,4 






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CURTIS HAITH 
"Little friends may prove 
great friends. " 
Band 1,2,3,4 



HIRLEY JEAN HARRIS 

"Chang" 
A silent tongue and a 
■lie heart are most admir- 
ble." 

and 1,2,3,4; Cheerlead- 
r 2,3,4; Commercial 
Hub 3,4; Crown and 
cepter 3,4 





MOST DEPENDABLE 
Douglas Leath, Veronica Jordan 



WIGHT CLIFTON 
HUNTER 
"Cliff" 
'An ounce of prevention 
s worth a pound of cure . " 
: ootball 2,3,4; Basketball 
!,3,4; Baseball 2; Track 
.,2,3,4; Business Manager 
f Yearbook 4 



LILLIAN MAE HARVEY 

"Cookie" 
Glee Club 3,4; N.H.A. 1; 
Commercial Club 4 





WALLACE HIGHTOWER 

"Cookie" 
"Little friends may prove 
great friends. " 
Varsity 1,2,3,4; Football 
4; Baseball 2,3; Basket- 
ball 3; Track 2; Glee Club 
1.3 




DONALD EDWARD HULING 

"Headquarters" 
"While we stop to think, 
we often miss our op- 
portunity . " 

Band 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; 
Football 4 




WILLIE MAE JEFFRIES 

"Butch" 
Commercial Club 4; Li- 
brary Club 4; N.H.A. 1, 
2,3,4 




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CLARENCE SCOTT JONES 

"Puddin" 
"The greatest thing you 
will ever learn is just to 
love and be loved in re- 
turn. " 

Glee Club 2,3; Football 
3; Commercial Club 4 



VERONICA BENINE 

JORDAN 

"Little Egypt" 
"Today Decides Tomorrow. 
Glee Club 1,2; N.H. A. 
1,2,3,4; Crown and Scep- 
ter Club 3,4; President of 
Jr. Class 3; Miss Jordan 
Sellars 4; Secretary of 
Senior Class 4 



SAMUEL KEY 

"Frog" 
"Stand still and silently 
watch the world go by and 
it will. " 

Glee Club 1,2,3; Football 
2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4 



DOUGLAS LEE LEATH 

"Doug" 
"The true price of some- 
thing is how hard you 
work to achieve it. " 
Football 1,2,3,4; Crown 
and Scepter Club 3,4; 
Commercial Club 4; Li- 
brary Club 4; Yearbook 
Editor 4; Tiger Staff 4; 
Class Vice President 4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 




WYVONIA JONES 

"Vonie" 
"Put off 'til tomorrow, 
that you should do at all. 
Glee Club 1,2,3; Crown 
and Scepter Club 3,4; 
Homeroom President 1 




BEST LOOKING 
Dwight Hunter, Patsy Curry 



CALVA ANN LEE 

"Jit" 
"Two days a week I never 
worry about; yesterday, 
tomorrow. " 

Student Council 1,2; Com- 
mercial Club 4; Band 1 , 
2,3,4; Dance Group 1,2; 
Advertising Staff Yearbook 1 



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ARY ANN LOWE 

"Ann" 
A good reputation is the 
:y to a good occupation, 
lee Club 1,2,3; Com- 
'iercial Education Club 4 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Douglas Leath, Brenda Browning 



TNTHIA JEAN OLIVER 

"Cynt" 
I.H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 1; 
tudent Council 2,4; 
iommercial Club 3,4 



BETTY LOU MARTIN 

"Bene" 
"One thing is forever good; 
that one this is Success . " 
Commercial Club 3,4; 
Varsity Club 3; Basketball 3 



CAROLYN GRAYE McGHEE 

"Cattie" 
"Smile and the world 
smiles with you. " 
Band 1; Commercial Club 
1,4; Glee Club 4 



JOYCE JEAN MOORE 

"Jean" 
"The pen of the tongue 
should be dipped in the 
ink of the hearth. " 
Commercial Club 1; Glee 
Club 1,2,3 





DELMAR LEROY 

PATTERSON 

"Pat Man" 
"Let others do the working - 
I'll do the resting. " 
North Carolina Student 
Industrial Organization. 



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NADINE PINNIX 

"Slue" 
"The only way to have a 
friend is to be one. " 
Glee Club 4; Library Club 
4; Commercial Club 4 



VIRGINIA LOVE 

SPRINGFIELD 

"Love" 
"Life was meant to be en- 
joyed . " 

Band 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 
1,2,3,4; N.H.A. 3; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4 



SHIRLEY TEEL 
"For those who apply their 
every day knowledge, to 
help others, the greatest 
dividends are paid. " 
Library Club 3,4; Glee 
Club 1,2,3 




ALTON ROGERS 
"We finish to begin." 
NCISO Club 3,4; Glee 
Club 4; Football 2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2. 




BEST DRESSED 
Daisy Dixon, John Vincent 



MAXINE THERON 

THOMPSON 

"Shortie" 
"Don't put off today for 
tomorrow is not promised." 
Crown and Scepter Club 4; 
Library Club 2,3,4; Cheer- 
leader 4; Newpspaper Staff4 



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BARBARA TINNIN 

"Bobbie" 
"A little today makes a 
big tomorrow. " 
Glee Club 1,2,4; N.H.A. 
1,4 



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JOHN ALVIS TINNIN 

"Curly" 
"Minds are like parachutes , 
they function when opened . 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4 



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MOST ATHLETIC 
Gayland Brown, Alice Bedford 



FRED WALLACE WARREN 1 




"Wallace" 


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"A hint unto the wise is 


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Football 1,2,3,4; Com- 




mercial Club 4 


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DANIEL LEE TROXLER 

"Lights" 
"Success is no more than 
a good idea coupled with 
hard work . " 
Bus Driver 4 



JOHN HENRY VINCENT 

"Pete" 
"Success is accomplished 
through open-minded 
thinking. " 

Glee Club 2,3,4; Com- 
mercial Club 3,4; S.S.S. 
1,2; Track 1 



VIRGINIA ELLEN WARREN 

"Gen" 
"A good book is the best 
friend, the same today 
and tomorrow . " 
Glee Club 1,2; Commer- 
cial Club 4; N. H. A. 2,3, 
4; Crown and Scepter Glee 
4; Cheering Squad 3 




DORIS IRENE WILLIAMS 

"Chicken" 
"Life is a stairway, it 
must be climbed step by 
step . " 

Crown and Scepter Club 3, 
4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Chief Jr. 
Marshal Commercial Club 
4; Cheerleader 2,3,4 



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SCHELIA KAY 

WILLIAMSON 
"Be what you are and not 
what others want you to 
be." 

Glee Club 3; Dramatic 
Club 1; N'.H.A. 1; Crown 
and Scepter 3,4; Vice 
President of Student Coun- 
cil 3; Yearbook Staff 4 



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SHOWN 



CHARLIE THOMAS 

WILSON 

"Choo-Choo" 
Football 3,4; Varsity 1, 
2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Glee 
Club 1,2,3; Sportsman 
Newspaper Staff 3,4 



ALICE ELAINE WOODS 

"Laine" 
"Don't put off till tomor- 
row what you can do to- 
day. " 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Com- 
mercial Club 3,4 




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Shirley Cheeley 
Peggy Ann Daye 
Nathaniel Gadison 
Delmer Gant 
Marshall Goins 
Thomas Harris 
Arthur L. Humbert 
Betty Sue Snipes 
Kathleen Vincent 




BEST PERSONALITY 
Connie Curry, Cynthia Oliver 



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From Left to Right: Dorothy Lee, Assistant Secretary; 
Hunter Haith, Vice President; Sylvia Lee, Secretary; 
Curtis Shivers, President; Hattie Long, Treasurer. 




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BOTTOM ROW, (Left to Right): Gloria Boldin, Daisy Stokes, Joseph Crisp, Ida Yellock, Patricia Ratliff, Flo- 
rence Harvey, Stella Haith, Vinna Bethel, Sylvia Lea, Lala Daye, Eliza McCollum, Brenda Troxler, Mary 
Ward. SECOND ROW: Norma Alston, Emma Reaves, Barbara Enoch, Doris Burnette, Josephine Cameron, De- 
lores Walker, Nancy Covington, Johnnie Jeffries, Hattie Long, Floyd Graves, Laura Wilson, Larry Warren. 
THIRD ROW: William Thompson, Ruby Robinson, Hunter Haith, Wyonia Mebane, Doris Wilson, Curtis Shivers, 
Rosemary Vincent, Pinkey Graves, William Leath, Barbara Dudley, Dorothy Lee, Frank Curry. FOURTH ROW: 
Jackie Williamson, Linda Griffis, Larry Robinson, Gail Herbin, William Brown, Glenda Phillips, Cornell Rich- 
mond, Mary Michael, Clara Stanfield. TOP ROW: Charles Troxler, Fred Reaves, Walter Paul, Bobby Faucette, 
Dennis Foust, Betty Tate, Barbara Dewer, Onnie Tate, Lonnie Boone. 



Advisors: Mrs. C. S. Thompson 
Miss Juanita Alexander 
Mr. L. A . Woodward 



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FIRST ROW, from Left to Right: Alonzo Curry, Faye Walker, Pecolia Huling, Gladys Blackwell, 

Loura Kornegay, Sandra Vaughn, Billie Phillips, Henry Nichols. 
SECOND ROW: Mary Graves, Athenia Nickerson, Curly Street, Linda Compton, Roberta Gant, 

Beverly Morrow, Brenda Hazel, Barbara Lambert, Gary Phillips . 
THIRD ROW: Rudy Lee, Stanford McKethan, Larry Clay, George Brown, Roy Thompson, Charles 

Harvey. 
FOURTH ROW: Brenda Warren, Betty Gilliam, Betty Herbin. 
ADVISORS: Mrs. H. T. Poteat, Miss D. L. Stadler, Mr. J. H. Malloy. 




9B1-9B4 

Left to Right, TOP: John Brown, Gattis Poole, James Vaughn, John Rogers, Preston Blackwell. FOURTH ROW: 
Ronald Foster, John Jefferies, Floyd Wiley, John Myrick, Robert Wallington, Sydney Rone, Willie Smith, Petie 
Maynard, Ronald Brown. THIRD ROW: Cephus Faucette, Calvin Dixon, Walter Daye, Carson White, Larry 
Burnette, Cherry Simmons, Donald Paul, Charles Trolling er, Gary Summers. SECOND ROW: Janice Johnson, 
Jeren Miles, Poinciana Jefferies, Constance Thompson, Etrulia Anderson, Judy Crompton, Sandra McGhee, 
Maxine Curry, Linda Daye, Gerald Stephens, Danny Fowler, William P. Haith. FIRST ROW: Margaret Tinnin, 
Carolyn Warren, Elissa Shanks, Annie Corbett, Patricia Alston, Annie Upsher, Brenda Wade, Faye Mebane, 
Mildred Terrell, Frankie Abney. 
ADVISORS: Mrs. M. G. London, Mr. E. Nesbitt. 




9B2-9B3 
Left to Right, TOP ROW: James Rogers, Charlie Shaw, David Leath, Gene Perry, Daniel Herbin, Garson Petti- 
ford, John McLaurin. THIRD ROW: Cozy Harrelson, Georgia Leath, Jean Crompton, Sarah Graves, Penny Ste- 
wart, Patricia Malloy, Eula Griffis, Gaylene Boone, Paul Moore, Ronald Boone, Willie Gilliam. SECOND ROW: 
Joycelene Mitchell, Eula Foust, Lovie Carmical, Linda Enoch, Gwendolyn Guye, Linda Lowe, Donnell Rogers, 
Glenda Chrisp, James Slade, Celo Faucette, Andrew Haith. FIRST ROW: Clayton Moore, Brenda Warren, 
Shirley Woods, George Byrd, Lila Williams, John Lee, Gloria Mitchell, Marva Daye, Vera Shaw, Bonnie War- 
ren, William Haith. 
ADVISORS: Miss D. King 

Mr. D. L. Maynard 



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Barbara Enoch Mollie Miles 



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Mary Ann Miles Bobby Jean Williamson 



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Carolyn McGhee Elzie Foust 



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Rebecca Thompson 




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8B2 and 8B5 
FRONT to REAR, Left to Right: Jerry Miller, Joseph Jefferles, Peggy Evans, Carolyn Jordan, Glenda Bigelow, 
Lewis Fowler, Linda Lee, June Shoffner, Harold Foster, Jerry Jones, Virginia Enoch, Jo Ann Enoch, Walter Rat- 
liff. Tommie Smith, Shirley Richmond, Marverene Slade, Kay Griffis, Vickie Terrell, Mary Dorsette, James 
Earl, Vondra Morgan, Carl Haith, David Faucette, James Tate, Larry Blackwell, Don Lambert, Wilton Enoch, 
Regina Harris. 
ADVISORS: Mrs. Banks 
Mr. Foust 




8B3 and 8B4 
Reading from Front to Back, Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Judy Warren, Deloris Lea, Darris Liggin, Diane Pinnix, 
Wayne Wilson, and Jacqueline Isley. SECOND ROW: Constance Johnson, Hazeline Turner, Leon Lea, Brenda 
Satterfield and Dennis Boone. THIRD ROW: Dannetta Boone, Jacqueline Noble, Perlenia Henry, Richard Vaughn, 
Lee Pinnix, and Billy Enoch. FOURTH ROW: Nannie Woods, Charlie Curry, Martha Burns, and Carrie Crisp. 
FIFTH ROW: James Nixon, Arrey Faucette and Bobby Paul. SIXTH ROW: George Foster and Kenneth Turner. 
ADVISORS: D. L. Grier and H. I. Williams. 




8B1 

FIRST ROW: Annie Rue Lee , Troy Thompson, William McGee . SECOND ROW: Otis Wade, Jeannie Enoch, 
Carolyn Jones, Zelma Watkins. THIRD ROW: Harry Mebane, Mona Warren, Nathaniel Washington, Ronnie 
Harris, Curtis Ratliff. FOURTH ROW: Frances Curry, Beulah Kinsey, Rubertha Harris, James Johnson. FIFTH 
ROW: Larry Neal, Rosalind Lea, Bessie Coble, Geraldine Martin, Sylvia Vanhook. SIXTH ROW: Hilda Wil- 
liamson, Dianne Burnette, Nelda Phollips, Evelyn Coleman, AlonzoLee. SEVENTH ROW: James Graves, 
Howard Crisp. 




7B4 
FIRST ROW: Willie Moore, Ronnie Boswell, Charles Lattimer, Walter Enoch, Willie Fuller, Cleother Benton. 
SECOND ROW: Frank Timlin, James Swint, William Fuller, Patricia Wright. THIRD ROW: Byrone Harvey, 
Julia Enoch, Barbara Leath, Mary Lee, Harriett Haith. FOURTH ROW: Helen Tate, Deborah Morrow, Carolyn 
Cheek, Linda Pennigraft, Preston Pulliam. FIFTH ROW: Ellvenia Shaw, Angelene Johnson, Elizabeth Bolton, 
Regina Teel, Mary Torain, Major Wells. 



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7B1 
(Left to Right), FIRST ROW: Dwight Raiford, Dorothy Corbett, Lillian Hazel, Carolyn Turner, John Trollinger, 
Marion Walker. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Lipscomb, James Shivers, Lavone Johnson, Linda Long, Teresa Dil- 
lard, Jo Ann Gant. THIRD ROW: Gurney Pratt, Cassandra Enoch, Patsy Faucette, John Sellars, Aaron Graves. 
FOURTH ROW: Sandra Leath, Acquanetta Covington, Fail Stephens, Roger Stanfield, Glenda Thompson, Vir- 
ginia Smith. FIFTH ROW: George Miles, Edward Coleman, Connie Teel, Charlie Abney, John Satterfield, 
Johnny Warren. TEACHER: Miss Virgie V. Sellars. 



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ROW 1: Leroy Thompson, Jr., Sylvester Allen, Iris Burnette, Linda Rogers. ROW 2: Elvie Moore, Ronald Mor- 
rison, Daisy Byrd, Curtis Slade, Sheletha Haith, Linda Lea, William Maynard. ROW 3: Sylvia Thompson, 
Virginia Cates, Theodore Sharp Jr. , Emma Harris, Samuel Allen, Rosetta Hatfield. ROW 4: Arthur Trollinger, 
Isaac Maynard, Robert Upsher, Hoyt Boone, Brenda Ward, James Bigelow. ROW 5: Brenda Moore, Shirley Pat- 
terson, Monroe Mebane, Brendell Turner, Alice McCoy. 
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ROWS, Left to Right, Front to Back: 

ROW ONE: Edith Smith, Anna Moody, Lonnie Blackwell, William Dickerson, William Day, Wanda Poole, John 
Richmond, and Julius Faucette. ROW TWO: Dwight Matkins, Jean Johnson, Ralph Vaughn, Beverly Martin, 
Deloris Haith, Annie Browing, and Flora Alston. THIRD ROW: Waddell Snipes, Franklin Enoch, Robert Alston, 
Barbara Lowe, Walter Burnette, Alma Rogers, and Mary Henry. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Vincent, Earl Wilson, 
Charlie Enoch, Sandra Clay, Wilma Gilliam, Brenda Leath, and Ronda Woods. FIFTH ROW: George Bigelow, 
Betty Corbett, Rosa Richmond, James Kelly, Dennis Knight, Rhonda Long, and Shirley Jordan. 
ADVISORS: Mr. Wilkins, Mr. Wagstaff. 






7B5 CLASS 
From Left to Right, BACK ROW: Joyce Willis, Henry Satterfield , Gail Long. SECOND ROW: Sandenia Sellars, 
Brenda Wright, Joan Neely, Gladys Slade, Thomas Knight. THIRD ROW: Jerry Lowe, Linda Watlington, Rudy 
Mitchell, Clea Artis Willey, Carlye Faucette. FOURTH ROW: Linda Lea, David Long, Claristine Leath, Dwight 
Lee, Nancy Mapp, Francetta Jeffreys. FIFTH ROW: Carl Bigelow, Janice Harvey, Steve Bradshaw, Wanda 
Robinson, and Jimmy Curry. TEACHER, G. W. F. Bates. 




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Left to Right: Mrs. Annie R. Thompson, cashier; Mrs. Hazel Alston, Manager; Mrs. Georgia Byrd; Mrs. Mable 
Thompson; Mrs. Odell Enoch; Miss Louise Johnson; Miss Viola Boswell; Mrs. Annie Jean Pinnix. 




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Mr. O'Neil Brand, Mrs.OUie Harris, Mrs. Ophelia Rogers, Mr. Lucian F. Browning. 



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FIRST ROW, from Left to Right: Hilda Gant, Laura Kornegay, Veronica Jordan, Glenda Phillips. SECOND ROW: 
Cynthia Oliver, Danny Fowler, Doris Burnette . THIRD ROW: Rena Gadison, Joycelyn Mitchell, Brenda Warren, 
Bonnie Warren. 




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FIRST ROW, from Left to Right: Patsy Curry, Doris Williams, Veronica Jordan, Douglas Leath, Shirley Harris, 
Wyvonia Jones, Gail Herbin, Gloria Boldin. SECOND ROW: Virginia Warren, Hattie Long, Mary Michael, 
Brenda Browning, Schelia Williamson, Doris Burnette, Maxine Thompson, Glenda Phillips. 
Barbara Dudley, Bernard Clinkscales, Curtis Shivers, Larry Warren, Dorothy Lee. 



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Left to Right, STANDING: Glenda Baldwin, Hilda Gant, Vera Shaw, Eula Foust, Willie M. Jeffries, Carolyn 
Jordan, Daisy Dixon. SEATED, FIRST TABLE: Larry Clay, Bonnie Warren, Elissa Shanks, Theodore Sharpe, 
Tornmie Smith. SECOND TABLE: Barbara Dudley, Wyornia Mebane, Maxine Thompson. THIRD TABLE: 
Mildred Terrell, Laura Wilson, Patricia Malloy, Doris Burnette, Douglas Leath, Joycelyn Mitchell. FOURTH 
TABLE: Patricia Ratliff, Lovie Carmical, Hattie Long, Clara Stanfield, Marvarine Slade. SEATED AT DESK: 
Linda Enoch. ADVISOR: Mrs. Dorothy H. McAdams. 




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Left to Right, FRONT ROW: Linda Griffis, Loura Kornegay, Barbara Tinnin, Hilda Gant, Pauline Bigelow, Pa- 
tricia Ratliff, Shirley Lea, Dorothy Lea. SECOND ROW: Clara Stanfield, Willie Mae Jeffries, Brenda Warren, 
Linda Enoch, Veronica Jordan, Betty Gilliam. THIRD ROW: Laura Sue Wilson, Barbara Dudley, Doris Burnett, 
Patricia Malloy, Linda Compton, Linda Burnett. FOURTH ROW: Kaye Haith, Barbara Lambert, Glenda Bald- 
win, Betty Herbin. FIFTH ROW: Brenda Warren, Sylvia Lea, Gail Herbin. ADVISOR: Mrs. M. W. Browning. 



ROW 1: Glenda Baldwin, Rosa Brad- 
shaw, Brenda Browning, Nancy Cov- 
ington, Delacy Daye, Connie Curry. 
ROW 2: Kay Daye, Barbara Dewer, 
Daisy Dixon, Veronica Dixon, 
Robert Enoch, Hilda Gant. ROW 3: 
Shirley Harris, Lillian Harvey, Gail 
Herbin, Johnnie Jeffries, Willie M. 
Jeffries, Clarence Jones. ROW 4: 
Samuel Key, Sylvia Lea, Douglas 
Leath, Calva Lee, Dorothy Lee, 
Shirley Lee. ROW 5: Ann Lowe, 
Betty Martin, Carolyn McGhee, 
Joyce Moore, Cynthia Oliver, Patri- 
cia Ratliff. ROW 6: Emma Reaves, 
Betty Tate, Onnie Tate, Maxine 
Thompson, John Vincent, Rosemary 
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Patsy Curry, Douglas Leath. SECOND ROW: Maxine Thompson, (Asst. Typist); Joyce Moore, Connie Curry, 
Charlie Wilson, Eddie Enoch, Bernard Clinkscale, (Asst. Secretary). THIRD ROW: Cynthia Oliver, (Treasurer); 
Schelia Williamson, Garland Brown, Samuel Key, Dwight Hunter, Clarence Jones. FOURTH ROW: Rena Gadi- 
son, Wallace Warren, Doris Williams, Brenda Browning, (Program Committee); Veronica Dixon, (Typist). 
FIFTH ROW: Kay Daye , Shirley Harris, Hilda Gam, Willie Mae Jeffries, Vera Flowers, Betty Allen, Betty 
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Left to Right: Brenda Wade, Betty Herbin, Linda Lowe, Hulon Wilson (Drum Major), Marva Daye, Glenda Wil- 
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Left .to Right: Brenda Tinnin, Ruth Ann Bradshaw, Jean Crompton, Vonda Morgan, Evelyn Coleman. SEATED 
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SEATED, (Left-Right): Jocelyn Malloy, mascot; Rena Gadison, captain. STANDING, (Left-Right): Doris Wil- 
liams, Gladys Blackwell, Betty Gilliam, Yvonne Pettiford, Lala Dean Daye, Brenda Warren, Brenda Isley. 




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SEATED, (L-R): Gail Herbin, reporter; Brenda Browning, reporter; Daisy Dixon, typist; Doris Williams, typist. 
STANDING, (L-R): Kay Daye, typist; Veronica Dixon, typist; Garland Brown, Business Manager; Dwight Hunter, 
Circulation Manager; Samuel Keys, Charlie Wilson, Reporter; Curtis Shivers, typist; Douglas Leath, Editor; 
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Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Jackie Williamson, Jerry Williamson, Charlie Wilson, Gayland Brown, Roy Thomp- 
son, Henry Nickles, Mack Thompson, John McLaurin. SECOND ROW: Charlie Chrisp, John Lee, Pinky Graves, 
Alton Rogers, Fred Reaves, Loftin Enoch, John Rogers, Eddie Rogers. THIRD ROW: Curtis Lambert, Gary Francis, 
Douglas Leath, Dwight Hunter, Samuel Key, Larry Robinson, Hunter Haith, William Maynard. FOURTH ROW: 
Don Lambert, Dwight Lee, Odel Enoch, Bobby Paul, Eddie Lee Foust, Isaac Maynard, Ralph Vaughn, Gurney 
Prett, Roger Satterfield. FIFTH ROW: Kenneth Turner, Johnny Warren, Preston Pullium. 



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Left to Right: Gayland Brown, Wallace Hightower, Daniel Herbin, Alton Rogers, Joseph Chrisp, Frank Curry, 
Nathaniel Robinson, Hunter Haith, Douglas Leath, Larry Robinson, Ronald Foster, Fletcher Bynum, Curtis Shivers, 
Gary Francis, Samuel Keys, Bobby Faucette, Dwight Hunter. 




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KNEELING, from Left to Right: Roy Thompson, Celo Faucette, John Henry Wade, George Wilson, John Mc- 
Laurin. STANDING, from Left to Right: Donnell Paul, Carson White, Rudy Lee, Odell Enoch, Don Lambert, 
Charlie Wade, Gary Phillips, James Rogers, Loftin Enoch, Jimmy Vaughn, Thelvis Alston, Stanford McKethan, 
John Rogers, George Bozeman. 



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Left to Right, TOP ROW: Miss M. E. Wagstaff, Vera Shaw, Marva Day, Linda Griffis, Shirley Allen, Lila Wil- 
liams, Mr. G. W. F. Bates. BOTTOM ROW: Pauline Bigelow, Virginia Springfield, Alice Bedford, Brenda 
Browning . 




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Left to Right: Mr. J. H. Malloy, Mr. D. L. Maynard, Miss M. E. Wagstaff, Mr. G. W. F. Bates, Mr. E. Nesbitt. 



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Miss Juanita Alexander 


Mrs. Lucille Crisp 


Mrs. Catherine Alston 


Rev. and Mrs. Fred Currie 


Mr. Clarence Alston 


Mrs. Bennie Curry 


Mr. C. J. Alston 


Mr. Jessie Day 


Mrs. Gattea Anderson 


Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Daye 


Mr. Mack Anthony 


Mr. Calvin Dill 


Rev. G. H. Badgett 


Miss Lucinda Dillard 


Mrs. Helen Banks 


Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dixon 


Mrs. Annie Barber 


Mr. David Louis Dixon 


Mr. James Barr 


Miss Patricia Dixon 


Mr. Lorenzo Bennett 


Mr. and Mrs. William Dixon 


Miss Maggie L. Bethel 


Dudley Street Cafe 


Mrs. Eva Bigelow 


Mrs. J.J. Eisbey 


Mrs. Maggie Bigelow 


Mr. Arthur Enoch 


Mr. Roy Bigelow 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bingham 


Mr. Bobby Enoch 
Mrs. Cathrene Enoch 


Miss June C. Bingham 


Mrs. Fannie Enoch 


Mr. Preston Blackwell 


Mr. and Mrs. James Roy Enoch 


Mr. Robert L. Blackwell 


Mr. John Enoch 


Mrs. Mamie Boone 


Mrs. Mary Enoch 


Miss Viola Boswell 


Mrs. Minnie B. Enoch 


Mr. and Mrs. Charlie L. Bradshaw 


Mrs. Odell Enoch 


Miss Kathleen Bradshaw 


Mr. Percy Enoch 


Mr. Harvey Brown 
Mrs. Helen Brown 


Mrs. Virginia Enoch 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Enoch 


Miss Josephine Brown 
Miss Lister Brown 


Mr. Cletis Faucette 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Faucette 


Mrs. Maggie Brown 


Mr. Hulon Faucette 


Mrs. Mozelle Brown 


Miss Johnsie Faucette 


Mr . Louis Browning 


Mr. James H. Flowers 


Mrs. Clara Bruce 


Mr. Railey Flowers 


Mr. Golden Bruce 


Miss Ruth Foster 


Mrs. Adell Burnett 


Rev. T.J. Foster, Jr. 


Mrs. Alvenus Burnett 


Mr. Benjamin S. Foust 


Mrs. Jesse Burnett 


Mr. Ed Foust 


Mrs. Curlie Byrd 


Mrs. Elizabeth Foust 


Mr. and Mrs. George A. Byrd, Sr. 


Mr. Howard Foust 


Mrs. George Byrd 
Mr. Raymond Byrd 


Mrs. Maggie Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fowler 


Mrs. Walter Byrd 


Mrs. Rozzie Fowler 


Mr. and Mrs. Willie James Cameron 


Mrs. Elnora P. Foxhall 


Mrs. Johnnie Cash 


Mrs, Hulon Francis 


Mr. Claiborne Cates 


Mr. Junior Fuller 


Mrs. Eddie Chandler 


Mr. Norman Fuller, Jr. 


Miss Nellie M. Clinkscales 


Miss E. G . Fulton 


Rev. and Mrs. Harold J . Cobb 


Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Gadison, Jr. 


Cobb Motor Company 
Mr. Edward J. Coleman 


Mr. and Mrs. Willie H. Gadison 
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gamball 


Mr. Eugene Compton 


Rev. Charlie Gant 


Mrs. Jessie D. Compton 
Miss Dorothy L. Conyers 
Mrs. J. S. Cooper 
Mr. William Corbett 


Mrs. Florie Gant 
Mr. Harold Garrison 
Miss Cathy Gibson 
Miss Lucille A. Gilchrist 


Miss Pearlie A. Covington 


Mrs. Nora Gilliam 



Mrs. Pauline Goins 

Miss Arbella Gore 

Miss Dorothy Graves 

Mrs. Ethel Graves 

Mrs. Finley Graves 

Mr. James Graves 

Mr. James C. Graves 

Mr. Preston A. Graves, Sr. 

Mrs. Doris Sharpe Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffis 

Mr. D. L. Grier 

Mr . and Mrs . Artis Guye 

Rev. W. H. Gwyn 

Mrs. Odessa Hackett 

Miss Aggie Hailey 

Mrs. Adell Haith 

Miss Alice Faye Haith 

Mr. Charles E. Haith 

Mrs. Eunice Haith 

Rev. Floyd Haith 

Miss Julia May Haith 

Mrs. Lucille Haith 

Mrs. Mary Haith 

Mr . Phillip Haith 

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hall 

Mrs. Gwendolyn Harrelson 

Mr. Johnny Harris 

Mrs. Pearl Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harvey 

Mrs. Josephine Harvey 

Mr. Rozelle Harvey 

Mrs. Cozelle Hawkins 

Mrs. Herman Hazel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazel 

Mrs. Christine Henderson 

Mrs. Maggie Herbin 

Miss Mabel Hester 

Mr. Eddie D. Hightower 

Mrs. Beluah Holmes 

Mr. Charlie L. Howard 

Mrs. Virginia Huling 

Miss Catherene Hunter 

Mr. William Hurdle 

Mr. A. L. Ireland 

Miss Othdra Irvin 

Mrs. Mildred Jeffries 

Mr. Monroe Jeffries 

Mrs. Priscilla Jeffries 

Mrs. W. F. Jeffries 

Mr. Claven Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson 

Miss Louise Johnson 



Miss Pearl V. Johnson 

Mrs. Lillie Jones 

Miss Portia Jones 

Mr. Robert Jones, Jr. 

Mrs. Dorothy C. Jordan 

Mrs. Douglas Jordan 

Mr. Will Jordan 

Mrs. Malchol Kennedy 

Miss D. R. King 

Mr. Charles Lea 

Mrs. Jerry L. Lea 

Mr. and Mrs. John Lea 

Mr. Wallace Lea 

Miss Clastene Leath 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leath 

Mr. Willie J. Leath 

Mrs. Annie Mae Lee 

Mrs. Mary L. Lee 

Mr. Harry Lennon 

Mrs. Flora Lessly 

Mrs. Robert Le Sueur 

Mrs. Eva Lilly 

Mrs. Lula Lowe 

Mrs. H. R. Lyon 

Mrs. Ophelia Macklins 

Mr. J. H. Malloy 

Mrs. Iola Martin 

Mrs. Mary Martin 

Mr. Thomas Martin 

Mrs. Idella Matkins 

Mrs. Lillian Matthews 

Mr. John Maynard 

Maynard's Shoe Clinic 

Mr. Bobby McAdams 

Mrs. Iola McBroom 

Mrs. Helen McCollum 

Mr. Willie McCollum 

Mr. Cleatus McConneyhead 

Mr. John T. McDonald 

Mrs. O. E. McDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. McGhee 

Mr. James Mebane 

Miss Lucinda Mebane 

Miss Eva Miles 

Mrs. Naomi Miles 

Mr. Preston Miles 

Mr. Robert Miles 

Mr. Ronald Miles 

Mrs. Nannie Mitchell 

Mrs. Lillie Mae Moody 

Mrs. Dorothy Moore 

Mr. Edgar Moore 

Rev. and Mrs. Irvin Moore 



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Mrs. Lossie Moore 

Mrs. Snowdie Moore 

Mr. Worth D. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Carl Morgan 

Mr. Holt Morgan 

Mrs. Margaret Morgan 

Mrs. Mildred Morgan 

Mrs. Tessie Morgan 

Miss Emma Morrow 

Mr. James Morton 

Mr. Edward Nesbitt 

Mrs. Edna Nickerson 

Mr. and Mrs. William Nixon 

Mr. and Mrs. William O'Daniel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Kelly 

Mrs. Nancy Oliver 

A. D. Pate and Company 

Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Peace 

Miss Annie J. Pennix 

Mrs. Pauline Pennix 

Mrs. Zonie B. Pennix 

Mr. Cofton Phillips 

Mr. John A. Pinnix 

Mr. E. Polk 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodis Poteat 

Mrs. Williamson Poteat 

Mr. Ernest Purdie 

Mrs. Dorothy Ratliff 

Mr. and Mrs. James Reed 

Mrs. Swannie M. Richards 

Miss Jean Richmond 

Mrs. Juanita Richmond 

Mr. Curtis Rogers 

Mr. Sylvester Royster 

Mr. Tex Russell 

Mr. John W. Sellars 

Mrs. Julia Sellars 

Mrs. Margaret Sellars 

Mrs. Peggie Sellars 

Mr. W. W. Sellars 

Mr. W. C. Shanks, Sr. 

Mrs. Bernice Shaw 

Mrs. Viola Shaw 

Mrs. Edna Shivers 

Mrs. Eudessa Shoffner 

Mrs. Vivian Shoffner 

Mr. W. R. Shoffner 

Mr. Ernest Slade 

Mrs. D. L. Slade 

Mr. R. L. Slade 

Mr. W. II. Stanfield 

Mrs. Jenny Stanley 

Mrs. Ella Stephens 



Mr. Erwin Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tate 

Mrs. Lucy M. Teel 

Mrs. Helen Thompson 

Mr. James B. Thompson 

Mrs. Olivia Trollinger 

Miss Virginia Trollinger 

Mr. Gary A. Troxler 

Mrs. Nellie Troxler 

Mr. James Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Vaughn 

Mrs. Margie Vaughn 

Mr. Johnny Vincent 

Miss Margaret Vincent 

Miss Marion Vincent 

Mrs. Pauline Vincent 

Mr. Robert Wade 

Mr. Samuel Allen Wade, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wade 

Mrs. Alice Wagstaff 

Mrs. Audrey T. Wagstaff 

Mr. Eugene C. Wagstaff 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wagstaff 

Mrs. Leatha Wagstaff 

Mr. Robert A. Wagstaff 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wagstaff 

Mr. John Walker 

Mrs. Minnie Walker 

Mrs. Anna Warren 

Mrs. Annie B. Warren 

Mr. Ernest Warren 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren 

Mr. Haywood Warren 

Mr. Johnny Warren 

Mrs. Martha Warren 

Mrs. Ossie Warren 

Mr. Robert Warren 

Mrs. Ella Watlington 

Mr. James Watlington 

Mrs. Herman Wiley 

Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Wiley 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Diamond Wilkins 

Mr. Harold D. Williams 

Mr. Harry I. D. Williams 

Mrs. Laura D. Williams 

Miss N. Carolyn Williams 

Miss Shirley Williams 

Mrs. S. E. Williams 

Mr. Bennie Dolphus Wilson 

Mr. Howard Wilson 

Mr. J. R. Windley 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woods, Sr. 



Patron List Continued 

Mr. Sam Woods 

Mr. L. A. Woodward 

Mrs. Charles Wright 

Mr. Duncan Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Covington 






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CLEANERS 

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and Delivery 

Specializing in Cleaning That 

Satisfies 

WILLIAM CROSS - Owner 
805 Queen Ann - CA 6-6345 



Buy With Complete 

Confidence on Convenient 

Terms 

Your 

JEWEL BOX 

348 S. Main St. 
Burlington, N. C. 





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and raised elsewhere" 



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Compliments of 

HILL'S 

BEAUTY NOOK 

1329 Belmont St. 
Burlington, N. C. 



MRS. ANNIE P. HILL, Manager 




VICTOR'S 

CLOTHING COMPANY 

Ladies' and Men's 

Ready-to-Wear 

Clothing 

120 West Front Street 

Burlington, N. C. 

Phone CAnal 6-4947 




THOMPSON'S 

AUTO PAINT & BODY SHOP 

Phone CAnal 7-4296, CAnal 6-762* 

Flushing Street 

Burlington, North Carolina 




MOOREFIELD 



FLORIST 



Front Street 
Burlington, N. C. 




GENERAL TIRE 
SUPPLY, INC. 

Distributors Tires 
and Batteries 

301 North Main St. 
Burlington, N. C. 

CAnal 6-6951 



Compliments of 

dr. w. s. scon, 

DENTIST 

227 W. Davis St. 
Burlington, North Carolina 



H & K 

BOOTERY 

1 11 West Davis Street 
Burlington, North Carolina 




Compliments 
of 



ALAMANCE 



OIL CO. 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



D. V. BRADLEY r^ 



SERVICE STATION 



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Invites You to Trade With Us 

American Gas 

Corner, Holt and North Church 
Street 

Burlington, North Carolina 



SOMERS PARDUE 

SERVICE PROTECTION 

Insurance 

Burlington, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



MORTON'S 



The Home of Beautiful Curtains 



Burlington, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



RAUHUT WASHOMATIC 

618 Rauhut Street 
Cheaper Than Washing at Home 

Compliments of 



HARGETT AND BRYANT 

FUNERAL HOME 

519 Apple Street 
Burlington, North Carolina 

Telephone 228-7866 




Compliments of 

GILLIAM 

TIRE COMPANY, INC. 

Your Armstrong Tire 
Distributor 

647 South Church Street 

Burlington, North Carolina 




j>EALER_ 

W. H. DUNCAN ESSO 

305 West Davis Street 
Burlington, North Carolina 



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CURRIN & HAYS, INC. 

'VARSITY SHOP" 

McGregor 
Manhattan 

Bostonian Taylor-Made and 

Varsity Bass Shoes. 

Dobb's Hats Town & Griffon 

Shoes 
Ladies' Manhattan Sportswear 



Compliments of 

TROLLINGER 

FLORIST 




Give Your Family 
a Treat for Good 
Things to Eat. 
Visit 

RUTH'S 

KITCHEN 

904 Rosenwald St. 

MRS. RUTH 
BROWNING 
Proprietor 



Compliments of 

PERRY'S 

PHARMACY 

910 Rauhut Street - CA 6-208!: 
W. R. PERRY, Pharmacist 



Compliments of 

BLALOCK'S 

A-l CLEANERS 
'Formal Wear Rental' 

Qpfifcleaning 




Compliments of 

GLENCO ROAD 

GARAGE 

Auto Repairs - Lubrication 
Washing 

16 Rauhut St. - Phone CA 6-0173 



NEWTON 

FURNITURE CO. 

525 S. Main St. 
Burlington, N. C. 



'See Us for Your Furniture 
Needs" 



Compliments of 

JORDAN SELLARS 

ALUMNI 

Open to All J. S. Graduates 

Meetings Every Wednesday, 
8:00 P. M. 

Recreation Center 



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COPLAND CONVERTING & FINISHING CO. 

COPLAND-FOWLER INDUSTRIES, INC. 



Burlington, North Carolina 



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CHAS. V. SHARPE, INC. 

Rentals 

459 S. Main Street 
Burlington, N. C. 

Phone CA 6-2484 




Compliments of 



ALAMANCE BOOK & STATIONERY CO. 



Best Wishes From 

ROSE'S 

5-10-25^ STORE 

Burlington, North Carolina 
Burlington's Most Popular Store 



Compliments of 

HUEY'S SEAFOOD 

Phone JU 4-7211 
Glen Raven, N. C. 






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BASON & BASON 

Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 




Millinery, Lingerie 




and Novelties 


HUFFINES 




SUNOCO SER. 


136 East Davis Street 


Church and Holt Street 


Burlington, N. C. 


Burlington, North Carolina 




Courtesy of 


Compliments of 


JEFFREYS 




PAINT & PAPER COMPANY 


WORTH STREET 


Corner Church and Ruffin Streets 


BILLARD PARLOR 


Telephone CA 6-6246 


5335 Worth Street 


Burlington, North Carolina 


Burlington, N. C. 




Courtesy of 


FORD FLORIST 


THOMPSON'S 




PHARMACY 


315 Main Street 


TROY H. THOMPSON, 




Pharmacist. 


Burlington, N. C. 


"A Prescription Store of 




Personal Service" 


(Next to Sellars) 


Phone CA 7-7155 




Burlington, North Carolina 


Compliments of 


Best Wishes 


W. C. SHANKS JR., 


BILLER'S 

JEWELERS 


M. D. 


Corner of Main and Front Streets 


532 Shepherd St. 


Keepsake Diamonds 




Bulova 


CA 6-8006 Burlington, N. C. 


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SHARPE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 



Home of Sharpe Mutual Burial Association 



MRS. JOHN V. SHARPE, Manager Phone: CAnal 8-8364 



520 Rosenwald Street 



Burlington, N. C. 




FIRST FEDERAL SAVING 
& LOAN ASSOCIATION 

309 East Davis Street 
Burlington, North Carolina 




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251 East Front Street 



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Community Federal 

Savings and Loan Association 

- Telephone CA-73631 70B SOUTH CHURCH STREET Post Office Box 730 
BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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Compliments of 



S. B. THOMAS COMPANY 



JAMES W. BROWN, Manager 



G. A. THOMAS, Secretary 



Phones: Shop CA 6-1093 - Res. CA 6-4858 Post Office Lock Box 37 

Burlington, N. C. 



CURRYS BENCO SERVICE STATION 






Compliments 






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L. SMITH 




North Carolina Division 




P. O. Box 541 


L. G. Balfour Co. 


Goldsboro, 
Dial RE 5-3188 


North Carolina 



Compliments 
of 

C. B. ELLIS 

MUSIC CO. 



.23 E. Front St. CA 6-3192 



Compliments 
of 

PETE'S PLACE 

901 Rauhut St. CA 8-9359 



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Compliments 
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BYRD'S FOOD CENTER 



No. 2 335 W. Harden Street 



CA 6-0054 



Graham, North Carolina 




Burlington, largest and most diversified manufacturer of quality fabrics, hosiery, 
carpets and other textile products, offers career opportunities to qualified graduates in one 
of America's most essential industries. Visit the Burlington plant in your area, or write 
to BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, Personnel Department, Greensboro, North Carolina. 



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